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Official Ballot Statement
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Member, California State Assembly
- First elected to the State Assembly in November 2000
- Six years of service as a Huntington Beach City Councilman
- Supported the Project Kid Safe legislative package to protect children
- Introduced legislation to strengthen laws regarding conflicts of interest for public officials to fight corruption in politics
- Introduced legislation that will require financial institutions to better communicate with their customers to protect seniors
- Lived and worked in Orange County for the past 43 years
- Enforce California's Illegal Immigration laws
- Continue the fight against new taxes
- Continue to protect the quality of life of Orange County residents
- Party: Republican
- Occupation: Councilmember/Businesswoman
- BA Economics - UC Irvine - Cum Laud
- Dana Point City Councilmember
- Co-Chair, California Border Police Initiative
- Director, San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency
- South Coast Water District Liaison
- 1971 - 2000: Vice President, Corporate & Real Estate Finance
Larry M. Caballero
- Fight to stem the flow of illegal immigration.
- Fight tax increases and protect Proposition 13.
- Control state spending and balance the budget.
- Party: Democratic
- Occupation: Public School Teacher
- MA Secondary Education
- BA History, English
- California Teachers Association State Council Member
- UTLA House of Representatives
- National Education Assembly Representative
- State Executive Board for California Democratic Party
- Support Public Education Reform
- Stop outsourcing of jobs overseas
- Support a living wage and health benefits for workers
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